Ivan The Terrible Russian Wire Money Hoard Purchase: Mini Unboxing & History Walkthrough

I had a fun time unboxing this coin hoard of kopeks and denga (Russian wire money) from Ivan the Terrible, the ruler of Russia from 1547 to 1584. He was known far and wide, and had a very interesting life and legacy. I was excited to purchase coins that let me feel the history of Ivan the Terrible in hand. Super interesting stuff – let me know if you like this smaller format video!

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11 Comments on “Ivan The Terrible Russian Wire Money Hoard Purchase: Mini Unboxing & History Walkthrough”

  1. I’m not into collecting ancient or any other currency than the US. I cannot deny how cool and sweet those are. Thanks for sharing Christian.

  2. Awesome purchase. I also like Russian wire money, though sometimes they are not easy to identify. Greets from GER, U.

  3. I really appreciate how this YouTuber tackled such a sensitive topic with grace and sensitivity. They didn’t shy away from the difficult questions or issues, but instead approached them with empathy and understanding. It’s clear that they did their research and took the time to really understand the perspectives and experiences of those affected by the topic. This video was a reminder of the power of empathy and the importance of listening to those whose voices are often marginalized.

  4. Do a sires! I think it’s a wonderful idea for a sires, Talk about the kings and their coins


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